Thermaltake Core P3 Case


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    “Thermaltake’s Core P3 wall-mountable chassis takes honors as being the highest rated case we have ever reviewed. Come and find out why

    Even if you are not a fan of open air cases, you will be hard pressed to deny the Core P3 in any way. It is solid, it has tons of options, and while it is the little brother to the Core P5, the Core P3 will fit more user needs in our opinion. One of the largest reasons for this is that now AIOs are in fair play with the Core P3, where the P5 was a bit too wide to accomplish this without modding the chassis. The pricing is downright amazing.”

    http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/7794/thermaltake-core-p3-atx-wall-mount-chassis-review/index.html

    #91882
    Kanged_One
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    Is it just me that thinks using an open-chassis for a daily-use PC is a bad idea? so to whom is thermaltake selling that? reviewers aren’t that many really..

    #91885
    Sir-diealot
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    Very pretty but I am not good enough to hide all those wires in a case like this. Fantastic for those of you that are and I am sure there will be some incredible looking builds in this case.

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    stefanovaaa
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    Those cases get a lot of dusty?

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